|Title||Stereoview: 14501 - Soldiers of Co. M. 312 Inf. with gas-masks adjusted, Camp Dix, N.J. Underwood & Underwood U-244702. Ca. 1914-1918.|
|Collection||World War I Collection|
Photo stereocard: 14501 - Soldiers of Co. M. 312 Inf. with gas-masks adjusted, Camp Dix, New Jersey. Underwood & Underwood U-244702. No date, circa 1914-1918.
3-1/2" high x 7" wide. Reverse blank.
World War I U.S. Army soldiers undergoing training. These soldiers would have left for Europe from Hoboken which was the U.S. Army Port of Embarkation. Fort Dix was near Trenton, N.J.
Other text on front:
Underwood & Underwood (London) Ltd.
Underwood & Underwood New York & Ottawa, Kas. Works Arlington, N.J.
company / infantry / military / uniforms /
|Photographer||Underwood & Underwood|
|Place||Fort Dix, NJ|
|Year Range from||1914|
|Year Range to||1918|
World War I
Port of Embarkation